Let us help you dig into the best eats around with exclusive dinner reservations at the best restaurants in the world, as determined by the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards 2017, many of which are located in Yampu destinations!
8. Maido: Chef Mitsuharu ‘Micha’ Tsumura created an inventive tasting menu featuring Peruvian-Japanese fusion bites. His restaurant also features a classic sushi bar, and his creative menu has turned heads as he re-defines classic dishes such as ceviche.
33. Astrid Y Gastón: Named after Gastón Acurio, a key player in Peru’s culinary movement, this restaurant has taken contemporary Peruvian cusine to the next level.
28. Nahm: Chef David Thompson fell in love with Thailand in the 80s and has poured his heart and soul into perfecting techniques for preparing Thai ingredients. His study of the cuisine and his background in classical French cuisine has inspired a truly beautiful tasting experience.
A business and financial hub, Singapore attracts people from all over the world, and oftentimes people of sophisticated taste. Known for it’s spicy, asian-fusion dishes, this country has no shortage of delicious dishes to please the pickiest of eaters, just ask Chef André Chiang, who made it on the World’s Best Restaurants list for 2017 with one of his restaurants located in Singapore.
14. Restaurant André: Chef André Chiang was born in Tawain and studied French cooking before embarking on an impressive career journey that involved more than one Michelin star restaurants and led him to opening his Singapore restaurant and co-owning numerous other establishments in Asia and France. Restaurant André is a beautiful testament to his background and the beauty and precision that shines through his menu are a major draw.
Colorful, robust, and full of life. Just a few words that really capture the spirit of Brazil, and words that are captured in the cuisine there. The wild and lively country has inspired musicians, dancers, artists and of course, chefs. See whose Brazilian restaurant made it to the “World’s Best” list below.
16. São Paulo: This world-class restaurant features colorful, wild and vibrant ingredients found in the Amazon Basin but adds the unexpected twist of fine dining. It promises an incredibly fun and vivacious fine-dining experience, a real game-changer.
Japan is known for simplicity, precision, and simply put, perfection. Delicious culinary experiences equate to an art that must be honed and perfected among chefs over their lifetimes. It is no surprise to see this nation represented with two restaurants on the “World’s Best 50” list.
18. Narisawa: Originally opened as La Napoule in 1996, Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa moved his restaurant to a less touristy part of town and eventually renamed the establishment after himself. The restaurant artfully represents the seasons and change found in nature and seeks to bring Japan’s natural landscape to diners’ plates.
45. Den: Den transcends the traditional forms of culinary arts found in kaiseki cuisine, adding color, playfulness and whim to his dishes in such a way that just seeing them can make one smile. He incorporates his foundation in classical kaiseki cooking with influences from around the world to create a humorous and whimsical experience.
Mexican cuisine is so fresh, diverse and involves an incredible balancing act of flavors and textures- acidic, spicy, crispy, smooth and just delicious. It’s no wonder some of the world’s best restaurants can be found here, and any visit to Mexico is incomplete without delving into it’s culinary scene.
20. Pujol: Owned by celebrity chef, Enrique Olvera, Pujol transforms Mexican food into a whole new experience: haute cuisine. Experience traditional delicacies from insects to pork in a totally new, boutique way with an undeniable sense of sophistication.
22. Quintonil: Chef Jorge Vallejo has created a discreet, sophisticated dining experience where one can taste the bold, classical flavors of Mexican cuisine prepared with contemporary techniques.
Near China, Hong Kong features an equally delectable foodie scene as it’s famous neighbor. It is a fun, bustling place to visit, only made better by great eats and the chefs who pursue culinary greatness there.
24. Amber: Hong Kong restaurant, Amber, is known for it’s one-of-a-kind ambiance that boasts floor-to-ceiling windows that frame a perfect wide view of Hong Kong’s city highlights. The restaurant emphasizes the use of seasonal produce prepared with impressive contemporary techniques.
Would you like to try one of these famous restaurants on your travels? We can help you acquire hard-to-get reservations so that you might enjoy some of these innovative meals and out-of-this-world dining experiences.